SQUIRTS – WEEK ENDING March 10
Concord won twice. Tyler Morin and No. 39 both had a goal and an assist in a 6-1 victory over Andover – and Morin scored two goals and handed out an assist in a 5-3 win over Natick;
In the other game, John Paul Messuri scored twice and Sean Patterson delivered a goal and an assist as Arlington trimmed Natick 3-1.
Isaac Robinson had a goal and an assist and seven different players scored goals in Reading’s 7-4 victory over Winchester – Sardone with two goals in the loss; Timmy O’Toole’s second goal of the game and Brendan Butler’s tally came 65 seconds apart late in the second period as Waltham tied the Railers 4-4 –Dylan Burke with three assists for Waltham and William Sung and Marshall Bercome two goals apiece for the Railers; McGowan and Milne scored third-period goals to give Burlington a 3-3 tie with Wellesley – Sebastian Culleton with two goals in 27 seconds and Matt Heyworth assists on both for Wellesley; and Kornbau, who also had an assist, scored two late goals 44 seconds apart to give Framingham a 3-2 decision over Burlington.
Rochester won twice in the South. Aidan Tibbetts scored two goals and dished out two assists and Luke Holt also scored twice in a 5-2 triumph over Concord – and No. 47 scored with 4:27 left and Tibbets then came through with his second of the game with 2:14 remaining in a 4-3 decision over Billerica, Brody Langella with two assists in the win and Jake Cataldo two assists in the loss;
Carlson snapped a 3-3 tie and capped a hat trick with 2:12 left and Spalla scored nine second later as Needham trimmed Triboro 5-3 – Brayden Trinque with all three goals and Sawyer Kittredge assists on two of them in the loss; Jack Donnelly, who also had an assist, scored what turned out to be the winner with 2:59 left, Cosmo Ciccarello scored twice and Ryan Day had two assists as Stoneham edged North Central 5-4 – Matt Daniels and James Williams with two goals apiece in the loss; and No. 71 and Max Parent scored 59 seconds apart and No. 96 followed 36 seconds later as Danvers defeated Billerica 82.
Wellesley had a win and a tie in the North. Maaden Rooney, who also had an assist, scored what turned out to be the winner with 4:49 left and Adrien Daigle had a goal and two assists as Wellesley nipped Brookline 5-4, Driscoll with 1-1-2 and Feder two assists in the loss; Grossman scored with 4:15 left to give South Boston a 1-1 tie with Wellesley, Zach Nixon with a second-period goal for Wellesley;
Tom Randall wore the hat and Dom Melito had two goals and an assist as Masco topped North Andover 7-2 – Gavin Roycroft with both goals in the loss; and Lisy’s second-period goal turned out to be the winner as Winchester nipped SMS 4-3.
Medfield, Lynnfield/Saugus and Charlestown all won twice, the Demons posted a win and a tie and North Reading a pair of ties in the South. Colin Borteck, who also had an assist, and Dann Duggan scored 51 seconds apart early in the third period as Medfield trimmed the Advantage 4-2 – and Aiden Ladd scored twice in a 4-2 win over Natick, Sean Catania with a goal and an assist in the loss; Shane Moran scored twice and Josh Healy had 1-1-2 as Lynnfield/Saugus downed Cape Ann 5-1 – and Paul Smith clicked for two goals and an assist in a 7-3 win over Andover, Christian Szymanski with two goals in the loss; Sam Johnson, who also had an assist, scored what turned out to be the winner with 1:47 left in the second period as Charlestown edged the Crusaders 3-2, Erin Flaherty with both goals in the win – and Flaherty scored twice in a 5-3 triumph over Medfield, Cooper Daley with a goal and an assist in the loss; Matt Day scored twice in the third period as the Demons edged Concord-Carlisle 3-2; and North Reading’s Charlie Scott and Nick Garron of the Demons swapped second-period goals 15 seconds apart in a 1-1 tie – and Scott scored with 1:21 left to give North Reading a 3-3 tie with Winchester, which got 1-1-2 from Catherine Sheehan;
Tom Puorro scored twice as Amesbury topped Andover 4-2 – Darius Karbassi with both goals in the loss; Sal Brogna’s second goal of the game, with 2:12 left, turned out to be the winner with 2:12 left, Alex Sideridis scored twice and Stephen Nason had 1-1-2 as S&S edged Cape Ann 6-5 – Tim Patrick with a hat trick and an assist and Owen Caplan 1-1-2 in the loss; and Murray wore the hat and added an assist as the Advantage nipped Medford 4-3 – Liam Brady and Pat Converse with 1-1-2 apiece in the loss.
In the East, Catherine McCool scored what proved to be the winner in the second period as Parkway edged Wellesley 2-1; No. 13 scored twice as North Reading topped Peabody 3-1; and Greg Derenzo scored with 1:40 left to give Wellesley a 3-3 tie with Allston/Brighton – Connor Fleming-Benison with two goals in eight seconds late for A/B.
Tewksbury won twice in the West. Cole Abruzzi pitched a shutout and Meghan Petrone scored early as Tewksbury topped Triton 2-0 – and Owen Sovie had two goals and an assist and No. 29 and Sovie scored 32 seconds apart in the second period in a 3-2 decision over Beverly;
Sam Bourassa scored twice as the Revs downed Acton-Boxboro 4-1 – and M. Gazzo and Norton scored third-period goals to give the Warriors a 2-2 tie with the Americans.
Dedham won twice in the Central. Blaney Connor scored what turned out to be the winner 54 seconds into the third period, Liam Maguire scored twice and Luke Green had two assists in a 3-2 decision over Wellesley – and Connor’s second goal of the game tied it with 7:28 left and Julie Cotto, who also had an assist, then capped a hat trick 43 seconds later in a 5-4 decision over Newton, Brendan Mullowney with two goals and Ian Kim 1-1-2 in the loss;
Cole Ouellette pitched a shutout and Pete Grillo scored twice as Haverhill/Pentucket trimmed NH East 3-0; Finkelstein scored the tying goal with 1:15 left in the second period as Wellesley tied Twin City 2-2 – Evan Walker with 1-1-2 for TC; and Largenton, who also had an assist, scored with 8:07 left, DiSchino followed 21 seconds later and Santo capped the rally 1:37 after that as Wilmington pulled out a 4-4 tie with Agawam – Maroney with 1-1-2 and Doherty two assists for Wilmington and Matt Iler two goals for Agawam.
In the North, Bernard clicked for two goals and an assist, Walzel had a goal and two assists, Hillenberg also scored twice and Spengler and Knox both posted two assists as the Crusaders defeated Waltham 7-1; No. 10 scored with 2:53 left to give Framingham a 1-1 tie with Wellesley -- Keira Finno with a go-ahead goal with 5:47 left for Wellesley; Ryan Donahue scored early as the Railers topped Brookline 4-0; James Roberts scored his second goal of the game and Sam Bramanti followed nine seconds later late in the second period as Nashoba trimmed Andover 3-1; Jacob Buchman and Jason Melchionda both wore hats, Buchman with two assists, Desmond Cassidy scored two goals and dished out three assists and Mike Harrison also scored twice in Winthrop’s 10-4 victory over Andover – Bryan Bu with two goals and an assist in the loss; Joe Mongiello, who also had an assist, scored his second goal of the game with 9:40 left as Medford tied Arlington 3-3 – Carter Houseman with 1-1-2 for Arlington; and Casey Bell clicked for 2-1-3, Ian Zhou also scored twice and Sam Gerst had two assists in Natick’s 7-1 win over the Edge.
Charlestown had a win and a tie in the South. Collins scored what turned out to be the winner a minute into the second period of a 4-1 victory over Lexington/Bedford – and Bresler and Andersen scored late goals to give Charlestown a 3-3 tie with Dorchester, Marreiro with two goals for Dorchester;
Marianna Oulton scored the winner in the second period as Winchester edged South Boston 3-2; Ricky Broglino wore the hat and Connor Beaulieu snapped a 2-2 tie with 7:37 left as Lexington/Bedford A trimmed Lexington/Bedford AA2 4-2; Quinn Bonner had 2-1-3 and Jack Vezina 1-1-2 as Wakefield defeated South Boston 4-1; and Luis Fernandez scored two goals in 34 seconds late in the second period as Billerica nipped Belmont 3-2 — Kellen Jones with 1-1-2 in the loss.
Lynnfield/Saugus won twice, Waltham and NH East both posted a win and a tie and Newton two ties in the East. Riley scored twice in the second period as Lynnfield/Saugus edged Andover 2-1 – and Migliore pitched a shutout and O’Leary scored with 58 seconds left in the second period of a 1-0 decision over Masco; Christos Rogaris wore the hat and Adam Curtis had a goal and an assist as Waltham downed Woburn 7-4, Bodhi Fonseca with a hat trick and an assist in the loss; and Tristan Dolan scored with 8:11 left to give Newton a 2-2 tie with Waltham – and Ron Dotan scored with 7:06 left to give Newton a 1-1 tie with Framingham; Andrew Bryan delivered a goal and two assists as NH East topped Lynn 4-1 – and Seth Heacock’s second goal of the game, with 2:30 left in the second period, helped North Andover to a 2-2 tie with NH East, Cole Rego with two goals in 15 seconds for NHE;
Jamie Cloney wore the hat and Jackson Brownstein pitched a shutout in Brookline’s 4-0 victory over Somerville; Lukas Allen and Rushi Patel both clicked for 2-1-3 and Luke Sarao also scored twice in Chelmsford’s 8-4 victory over Amesbury – Noah Rodriguez with 2-1-3 and Ellison Talbot 1-1-2 in the loss; Caitlin Quinn scored twice and McKenna Mohr had two assists as the Andover Girls defeated Lynn 5-2’ Ethan Klusnic pitched a shutout and Mason Desmarais scored all three goals in Amesbury’s 3-0 victory over S&S; Riley Pimental wore the hat, Mark Gustafson had 2-1-3 and Tessa Rusconi 1-1-2 as the Wizards topped Natick 8-1; and Christian Topp, Riley Sobienski scored late goals to rally S&S past Lynnfield/Saugus 4-2.
Acton-Boxboro won twice in the West, Cian McBride scored twice as Acton-Boxboro topped Concord-Carlisle 6-4, Ryan Scafidi with two goals in the loss – and No. 3 scored with nine seconds left to give A-B a 3-2 decision over Cambridge, Jack Doddrell with 1-1-2 in the win and Tsering Komyerov both goals in the loss;
Cole Abruzi capped a hat trick with 1:42 left to give Tewksbury a 4-4 tie with Medfield – William Foscaldo with two goals for Medfield; Maeve Pugsley pitched a shutout and Caitlin Sweeney and Meredith Gracia scored 1:31 apart early in the second period as Dorchester downed Watertown 2-0; and Minosian, who also had an assist, scored what turned out to be the winner with 5:10 left, Capozzi scored twice, Norton had two assists and Wilmington scored four goals in the third period to trim Reading 5-3 – Luke Rogerson with two goals in the loss.
The Railers and Haverhill/Pentucket both won twice, the Railers behind a pair of Taiven Linnus shutouts, and North Reading had a win and a tie in the Central. Lucas Palumbo scored both goals in the Railers’ 3-0 win over North Reading – and Travis Carlson wore the hat, No. 8 had 2-1-3, Emmett Miranda had 1-1-2 and Lucas Allain two assists in a big win over Belmont; Mottram wore the hat and Belfiore had 1-1-2 in Haverhill/Pentucket’s 9-3 win over Brookline – Luke Teer with two goals in the loss – and Antonelli snapped a 3-3 tie with 6:28 left and Dewar had 1-1-2 as Haverhill/Pentucket trimmed Reading 5-3; Luke Lavers pitched a shutout and Julia Guzzo had 1-1-2 in North Reading’s 3-0 win over Parkway – and Brandon Ma scored the goal that gave SMS a 1-1 tie with North Reading;
Liam Worden delivered two goals and an assist, Emilia DePlacido and Emily Barbosa both posted 1-1-2 and Antonio Pucci pitched a shutout in Methuen’s 4-0 victory over the Crusaders; Norton had 1-12 and No. 18 snapped a 1-1 tie with 4:40 left in the second period as Wilmington downed Methuen 3-1; Thomas scored twice as Wakefield nipped the Crusaders 4-2 – No. 56 with both goals in the loss; and Sam Zavratsky scored four goals, including the winner, and added an assist and Sara Hernandez posted a goal and an assist as Wellesley edged Brookline 7-6 – John Herman with four goals and an assist in the loss.
--MIKE SHALIN, firstname.lastname@example.org